Sorry, I’m Not Buying Obama’s Russia / Ukraine Propaganda – Thanks World Net Daily!

Posted in Politics on March 6th, 2014 by dhawkinsmo

Watching the mainstream news, we are led to believe that “Putin is being a bad guy. Obama is the good guy and will impose ‘costs’ on Russia for their action.” Oh but wait. What about that little treaty that was signed in 1997 between Russia and Ukraine? According to World Net Daily …

“Russian troop movements on the Crimean Peninsula are permitted under a 1997 Partition Treaty signed between Russia and Ukraine, as long as there are not more than 25,000 Russian troops. At present, the Russians have about 16,000 troops on the peninsula, which means a further increase of troops would be permitted. The Kremlin contends the move is to protect ethnic Russians who make up a majority of the population on the peninsula and in eastern Ukraine. Moscow asserts that ethnic Russians, especially in the Crimea, are being threatened by ultra-nationalists, as WND recently reported.”

Whoo boy. Here we go again. Another exercise in “reading between the lines” about what Obama (and his puppet masters?) are REALLY doing, similar to the 911 Event, though not nearly as big, hopefully. Remember also that US Intelligence was “unaware” of the troops movements.  Imagine that!  So let’s think here … Intelligence missed the troop movements.  Obama apparently isn’t aware of the treaty. Hmmm …

Do you buy that?  I don’t.  Something’s up, readers of Orwell.  As usual. Here’s another link corroborating WND’s story. LA Times piece about the treaty HERE.

What, exactly, is “up” Dave?  Well, I don’t know all the intermediate steps exactly, but I DO know the end game.  It’s described in Revelation 13.  It appears to me that powerful people behind the scenes are pulling the puppet strings of the politicians in order to accomplish their will, that is, a New World Order which will enslave us all.  Revelation 13 describes this in some detail.  But thankfully, Revelation also tells us of God’s government which will replace it!  “And He shall reign forever and ever!  Hallelujah! Hallelujah!”

Psychiatry Admits It’s Been Wrong in Big Ways

Posted in General Science, Healthy Food & Agriculture on March 6th, 2014 by dhawkinsmo

“In truth, the ‘chemical imbalance’ notion was always a kind of urban legend – never a theory seriously propounded by well-informed psychiatrists.” –Ronald Pies, editor-in-chief emeritus of the Psychiatric Times (2011) LINK TO ARTICLE HERE.

I’ve always felt that “something is seriously wrong with this picture” when observing various friends and relatives suffering from depression, bipolar disorder, etc and being administered mounds of drugs which had such obvious adverse effects on them. Then one day *I* was diagnosed with bipolar disorder and was administered meds myself. Funny how you get really motivated to understand something when it happens to you! Anyway, against advice from most people close to me, I stopped taking the meds prescribed to me and determined that I was going to pull myself out of “whatever-it-was” without meds. I’m so thankful that I did because frankly, the meds were killing me, making me stupid – it was as if I was walking around in a fog. It was horrible! Turns out that I was later rediagnosed by one of the leading court approved psychiatrists in my city as having experienced “Post Traumatic Stress Disorder” instead of bipolar disorder. Oops. Now, instead of walking around in a fog all day, (“stuck in molasses” as my biz partner described it) my thinking is clear, I feel great, I’m never depressed, I love life, I love my job and the people I work with, and I love my new long term career in Permaculture and I am back to being my normal, high functioning self. What was the stress? Not telling in this post so as to protect those who don’t want the public spotlight. But it’s an interesting story in itself and someday I may be able to tell it so that others can benefit. But for now, suffice to say that maybe you too are suffering from depression, mood swing, what-have-you. Well, I’m here to tell you that, based on my first hand experience, I firmly believe that there is hope for you outside of drugs-for-life. For two other important articles I have written on this topic, please click HERE and HERE or type “depression” into the search box on my blog, just over there on the right of your screen. A wonderful, Godly “elder statesman” counselor once told several of us in a church meeting …. “Sure, I believe in bipolar disorder. Everyone has it. Read Romans 7.” He was serious. Haha. Good one!